• Murder at the Monastery
  • Murder at the Monastery
  • Murder at the Monastery
  • Murder at the Monastery
  • Murder at the Monastery
  • Murder at the Monastery
  • Murder at the Monastery
  • Murder at the Monastery

Murder at the Monastery: Signed Edition

Crime, Thrillers & True Crime, Crime & Thrillers
Hardback Published on: 06/06/2024
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Murder at the Monastery
The Best Yet!
The BEST yet and high praise must go out to The Reverend Richard Coles for another classic example of a cosy crime thriller done to perfection and I loved ... READ MORE
Steven at Bluewater

Synopsis

Daniel Clement has suffered a secret humiliation and to recover, takes respite at the monastery where he was a novice. But the monastery doesn't allow Daniel a break, for there are tensions building there too, as the secret past of novice master Father Paul is emerging. Tension mounts and a murder ensues.

Meanwhile back at Champton, Daniel is the subject of village gossip, his mother Audrey is up to something again, there's trouble at the dress shop, up at the big house, and the puppies are running riot. Can Daniel be reconciled with detective Neil and solve the mystery?

  • Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
  • ISBN: 9781399626651
  • Number of pages: 368
  • Weight: 41g
  • Dimensions: 240 x 156 mm

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Murder at the Monastery
Fast Paced
Another excellent story about Canon Daniel Clement and the solving of a mystery. The story is fast paced and has plenty of twists and turns to keep you gue... READ MORE
Shazza
Murder at the Monastery
Too ecclesiastical
Eagerly looked forward to Richard Coles' third book, having enjoyed the second offering... however, I found the first third of the book to be steeped in a ... READ MORE
June Smith
Murder at the Monastery
Just too much religion
The monastic setting and High Anglican/Anglo Catholic ethos spoiled this essentially good puzzle, but the trick of relying on the monks’ need to confess in... READ MORE
Diane Day
Murder at the Monastery
Too Much Ecclesiastical Referencing
This is a good book not the best of the series, took quite a while to get into, and way too much Ecclesiastical referencing. don't get me wrong- this book ... READ MORE
Jo Tyler